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in the door, we represent whirl pool, maytag, amana corporate and global. you could say i don't want to come across the wrong way, but you could say we're laughing all the way to the bank. >> so is humor a sound business tool? let's turn to this week's hilarious board of directors. we have a columnist and the ceo of 12 gurus, an innovation consulting group and author of "effective gratitude for organizations and individuals" and you're a comedian which is what makes so you perfect for this discussion. thanks so much for joining us, guys. >> thank you. >> so when i was watching that, i am sort of petrified for those people. nothing sounds scarier to me than standing up in a front of group of people and trying to be funny. what if it's not funny? >> the audience is usually drunk. you're fine. >> at a comedy club. >> institute the two drink minimum and work will go much smoother. >> it isn't only about comedy. what they've done there is created a culture. and that's one of the most important things. their culture happens to be comedy. it doesn't have to be for you. i mean it was terrific what t
model that worked so well for us for so many years. >> reporter: remember the maytag repairman. now they have 5,000 postmasters who are like the maytag repairman. they're trying to repeat the law that prohibits them from closing primary post offices. by 2020, half of the post offices in the country could be closed. megyn: you may not go there often, but when you need to, you with like it to be there. trace, thanks. >> reporter: okay. megyn: in a few hours, president obama will deliver his state of the union address. three minutes to which supreme court justices will not attend and why. a 23-year-old gets drunk and gets behind the wheel. what happened next landed him in prison for the next 50 years. we explain why. and every surfer dreams of catching the perfect wave. what happens with that wave almost kills you. your first look at what happened when mother nature hit a surf contest with a dangerous surprise. i got into one of the best schools in t country! [ both screaming ] i got into one of the most expensive schools in the country! [ male announcer ] when stress gives you heartbu
supposed to be, i argued, the maytag repairman of the intelligence committee, community. he was supposed to be telling us this is what the overhead architecture should look like in ten years. this is the mundane, important, but mundane issues of the intelligence community. that stuff gets lost to this operational sense that they have assumed and i think we really have to ask some very hard questions if that doesn't become a hurdle instead of the benefit. >> are you going to have hearings on this issue with sort of the outcome being that you recommend we get rid of the position, scale it back, put the director of the cia in charge as the top intelligence official, something that the directors of the cia have wanted for many years? >> yeah. and it may be a hybrid of that. i still believe that there is a coordinating function that can be incredibly valuable to the intelligence community. to be the mediator, if you will, to some of the disagreements. remember, it's huge. 17 of them, huge budgets, huge mission scopes, very talented people and sometimes you are going to bump into each other. i
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